National Cream-Filled Donut Day is an American holiday dedicated to fragrant cream-filled buns. Donuts are as much a part of US culture as peanut butter, for example. Celebrated every year on September 14th.
It is believed that the prototype of modern donuts was the Danish “butter pie”, the recipe of which was brought to the United States by immigrants from Denmark, who lived in the territory of modern New York.
In 1803, a recipe book appeared that described donuts. They quickly spread throughout America and are considered a national dish, despite their European origin.
The peak of their popularity did not come after the First World War. The story goes like this. To support the army, the United States sent a volunteer mission to France. The purpose of their work was to provide social assistance to military personnel. Two female cooks came up with the idea of baking free donuts for the soldiers. The soldiers liked these products so much that after the end of the war they rapidly spread throughout the states. Since the end of the 20th century, National Cream-Filled Donut Day has been celebrated to enjoy this wonderful confection.
- About 10 million donuts are baked every year in the US.
- The calorie content of one donut with powdered sugar and cream is almost 400 kcal.
- Most donut shops are in Boston, Massachusetts.
How to celebrate
In honor of National Cream-Filled Donut Day, the must-haves are delicious donuts. Prepare them yourself and treat your family and friends. Find an unusual recipe and try to bring it to life!
You can get together with a company and visit the best places that serve donuts on this day. Enjoy the classic taste of this confection at Dunkin’ Donuts or Tim Hortons, for example.
When is National Cream-Filled Donut Day celebrated in 2022?
National Cream-Filled Donut Day is observed on September 14 each year.